Viability Of Safe Cosmetics Act Challenged By Timing, Costs
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
With the 111 congressional session winding down, chances of the "Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010" passing in its current form are slim
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Dubbed the "Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010," a bill introduced last week would dramatically overhaul personal-care regulation, requiring companies that manufacture, package or distribute cosmetics for use in the U.S. to register with FDA and provide the agency with a wealth of information about their product formulations and business practices
The largely self-regulated personal-care industry has announced its support of legislation to expand FDA's oversight role
The Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition has requested approximately $9 million for fiscal 2011 to raise consumer awareness of its adverse events reporting program for cosmetics, according to FDA budget documents